Daniel Reeves Stores

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Daniel Reeves Stores was a grocery store chain which numbered 297 units in the New York City area in 1922.[1] The business was founded by the father and uncle of Dan Reeves (NFL Owner). The founders worked their way up from fruit peddlers.

Merger[edit]

Daniel Reeves Stores merged with Safeway, Inc, in 1941.[2] The merger was announced by James Reeves, president of Daniel Reeves Stores, Inc., and included its eastern chain of 408 grocery stores.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chain stores:their management and operation, Walter Sumner Hayward, Percival Albert Frederick White, John S. Fleek, Hugh McIntyre, McGraw-Hill, 1922, pg. 334.
  2. ^ a href="http://sports.jrank.org/pages/3826/Reeves-Dan.html">Dan Reeves Biography - Brought First Major Team To West Coast, Hired Coach George Allen, Chronology, Awards And Accomplishments.
  3. ^ The Tea and Coffee Trade Journal, Volume 81and 82, F.H. Hobbs & Company, 1941, pg. 43.